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Ottawa received a $3 million grant Monday to move forward with plans to build an amphitheater at the former Central School site.
The Ottawa City Council is seeking a deal allowing Mayor Dan Aussem, along with Homefield Energy, to negotiate a cheaper price on electricity for Ottawa residents.
The Ottawa City Council on Tuesday approved the purchase of a fitness court to be installed at Kiwanis Park at 115 E. Glover St.
Former Mayor Bob Eschbach addressed the Ottawa City Council Tuesday over concerns a proposed sidewalk project on Court Street will eliminate 26 parking spots in the city’s downtown.
Members of the Ottawa Tree Board appeared before the City Council on Tuesday to express concern over trees on city property being trimmed to an extent that’s detrimental to their health.
Bernardi Securities will now help the city of Ottawa obtain the $5.1 million to build a new Riordan Pool after the city completed its third and final step in the bond ordinance process.
The Ottawa City Council approved $5,175,000 in general obligation bonds to fund a new swimming pool on Tuesday and hopes to have the pool out to bid by August.
The Ottawa City Council voted Tuesday to hire the Hitchcock Design Group to create a preliminary design and grant application to renovate Allen Park.
Ottawa is exploring issuing $7 million in general obligation bonds to pay for a new firetruck and a new Riordan Pool, along with an additional refinancing of a $1.1 million bond the city borrowed for water and sewer projects in 2012.
The city of Streator will have one of its own ambulances for $50,000 thanks to a deal struck with Ottawa to purchase a 2014 Ford F450.
The Ottawa City Council approved a $24,750 agreement Tuesday to have Chamlin and Associates design a new wheelchair-accessible fishing pier at Allen Park.
There will be a public meeting in Ottawa this fall in September or October to discuss the details of the Community Development Block Grant and assist with the application process.
The city of Ottawa and the Ottawa City Council cut the ribbon on the $863,399 Thornton Park project Thursday morning after more than a year of construction at the park.
The Ottawa City Council reverse-jinxed itself during its June 7 meeting when Commissioner Wayne Eichelkraut admitted supply chain issues meant North Central Area Transit was having issues getting new buses.
Ottawa Mayor Dan Aussem announced Tuesday he is seeking a second term.